What does it feel to be in an interfaith family or marriage? Here we present to you a twisted thing an interfaith story. Read on to find out.
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Issue of the week #6 Note: The following letter was sent to us by a visitor to our site. We invite others to share their viewpoints with us. Dear Two Roads, My (Jewish) cousin is going to marry a Catholic man and this has divided our family. My folks will attend the reception but not [Read More]
As far as slogans go the Oakland Raider NFL franchise had it right. They marketed their team to the world with the catchphrase “Commitment to Excellence.” By and large, the Al Davis owned club of the 70’s and 80’s lived up to that motto. Of course, “Commitment to Excellence” is a concept not restricted to [Read More]
Is communication important in a marriage? Find out in this post what a couple may need to do to improve communication between partners.
What is Neshama? How can you connect with the Supreme? What is this in Judaism?
David was a fine Jewish boy, who excelled in his studies and was well-liked by everyone. However, he attended a Catholic school. His parents had decided that the quality of the education in the public schools was deteriorating, and since there was no Jewish school in their city, they sent him to the local Catholic [Read More]
Issue of the week #4 “A couple has agreed upon marriage to raise the children according to one faith (for argument sake, let’s say Judaism). The non-Jewish spouse is trying to “get with the program” and is contemplating conversion – but hasn’t quite reconciled all the issues. The end of the year is upon them [Read More]
A wise man once said that “Pain shrinks the world.” One who is experiencing the acute pain of a toothache, for example, is not capable of relating to anything except the alleviation of that pain. NASA could land a man on Mars and he could care less. For many, our lives are perceived as trying [Read More]
This post provides a glossary of Hebrew expressions on this site.
Ramchal Is a name by which Rabbi Luzzato is commonly known and is a Hebrew acronym for Rabbi Moshe Chayim Luzzatto, scholar and teacher of Jewish ethics who lived in the 18th Century. Among his works, the Mesillas Yesharim, or Path of the Just, stands out both as an introduction to traditional Jewish philosophy, and [Read More]